Maia Foulis

Maia Foulis

Maïa Foulis is Editor of Canadian Occupation Safety magazine. She contributes to and oversees the content of the magazine, website and newsletter. Maïa also assists with COS events such as Canada’s Safest Employers Awards and Women in Safety.

Maïa joined Key Media in 2020, having previously worked in the UK and in France in media and publishing. She writes about all issues currently affecting the Canadian occupational health and safety sector. She also has previous experience researching and writing about the Canadian labour and employment legal market.

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Winners of inaugural 2021 edition revealed

COS announces its 5-Star Safety Lawyers and Law Firms

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The dangers of sedentary work

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Association president on his bid to improve worksite culture and how app can reduce incidents

Cool or tool? How Builders Code is making construction work safer

Why university president wants to build the Harvard of workplace safety

Wolfgang Zimmerman reflects on suffering a serious injury at work and why there needs to be an attitude shift in the industry

Why university president wants to build the Harvard of workplace safety

Are we training future safety experts with right skills, asks NIOSH director

John Howard discusses key OHS tech and questioned whether we can really make sound decisions using artificial intelligence

Are we training future safety experts with right skills, asks NIOSH director

Causes of worker's death revealed

CNESST uncovers three disastrous flaws, site yet to re-open nearly six months after fatality

Causes of worker's death revealed

Safety governance key to improving workplace conditions, says CEO

OHS expert explains why pandemic has given safety leaders more sway in organizations

Safety governance key to improving workplace conditions, says CEO

Lack of clear guidance on vaccine policies, says safety expert

The biggest hurdle for employers remains staff who refuse to get vaccinated, says Alex Entz

Lack of clear guidance on vaccine policies, says safety expert

'Long slog' to get workers protected, says union's safety officer

CUPE's Troy Winters reflects on challenging times during pandemic and the often extreme nature of his role

'Long slog' to get workers protected, says union's safety officer